Pete Doherty's Kate Moss tribute VIDEO
Oct 2, 2008, 4:01 GMT
Pete Doherty, lead singer and guitarist of British rock band Babyshambles, performs at the Fête de l\'Humanité, an annual festival organised by the French Communist newspaper L\'Humanité, in Le Bourget on the outskirts of Paris, France, 13 September 2008. EPA/JOELLE DIDERICH
Pete Doherty has posted a romantic tribute to Kate Moss on the internet.
The clip, which is posted below under the heading 'Gracewastelands', features the rocker singing a previously-unheard song over footage he apparently shot at his Wiltshire home.
As he sings the line "All I know is I love you", footage of his supermodel ex-girlfriend pouting and mouthing the words into the camera appears, before cutting back to Pete repeating the sentiment.
One fan has offered the rocker some advice on winning back Kate - who is newly-single since splitting from The Kills rocker Jamie Hince.
Posting in response to the video, which can be here:Crimplemania said: "Hire a maid, once a week. Rubbish everywhere won't help getting her back."
In another clip added by the rocker shortly after 'Gracelands', Pete can be seen jamming with former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon on 'You're So Great'.
Pete has reportedly been "desperate" to reunite with Kate since she split from Jamie.
A source said: "He is desperate for her to give him another chance. He believes Kate is 'the one' and won't give up on the idea of reuniting."
The musician recently revealed he still had feelings for Kate, saying: "It's over. But whether or not I'm over it, I'm not sure."